Posted tagged ‘Culture’

A Life Changing Choice

March 21, 2014

by Lexie Holmes

Abortion, stated as the right to choose, is morally incorrect and should be considered murder. Pro-abortionists imagesbelieve that a woman is not free until given the right to control  her own body. However, the baby is an individual, uniquely and wonderfully created at the time of conception. The baby is no longer part of the “woman’s body,” but is a  human.

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Fashion, Fad or Foolish?

March 21, 2014

leisure suit

by Andrew Moore

As a guy, fashion is one thing that I do not understand. It changes constantly, and if you’re not wearing the “cool” thing then you’re out of style. One day one thing is big, the next day you’re a loser if you’re wearing it. I prefer a  t–shirt and shorts,  but I digress. However, as much as I am not interested in fashion, there is one thing that is “fashionable” that I think is completely ridiculous. This is the “pants on the ground” phenomenon.

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The Wheels Stop Turning

February 22, 2012

by Rachel Kunker

Cars, like most machines, go through many different stages. The diversity of cars is without number as they come in all different shapes and sizes. In addition, all cars tend to exhibit different features or strong points. A car’s lifespan can primarily be broken up into four parts each consisting of two years: being bought new, getting decaled, needing parts, and falling apart.

At the beginning of its life, a new car is envied by everyone. Everyone wants to see it, ride around in it, and just experience the new car. A new car could be described as being pure, not dirtied by the road, scratched from crashes, or torn apart. Its new arrival occupies all the talk of the owner’s friends, and they, too, wish to obtain their own new car. (more…)

Whatever Happened to Truth?

October 30, 2009

Mark Twain once remarked, “if you tell the truth you don’t have to remember anything”. In these days of 24/7 news coverage, LexisNexis research tools, and the ubiquitous microphone, one might ask why anyone wouldn’t take Twain’s advice as untruths can be so easily exposed. Apparently politicians didn’t get that memo as they continue to speak as though no one will know, remember, or think to do some research. (more…)